Introduction
Teaching Interests
Research Interests
Publications
Educational Background
Schedule




College of Natural & Social Sciences

Department of Mathematics

Nguyen Xuan Uy
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics


Phone: 323-343-2157
FAX: 323-343-5209

Email: nuy@calstatela.edu



INTRODUCTION

Hi, I has been a faculty member at California State University, Los Angeles since 1983. Before coming to CSULA, I have taught at University of Albany, New York from 1974 to 1983 and at UCLA during 1979-1980. I have taught both Math and CS courses. My areas of specialization are Complex Analysis, Harmonic Analysis and UNIX Operating System.

TEACHING INTERESTS

I have taught most undergraduate courses in Math and CS and Math courses in real and complex analysis and taught courses in UNIX operating system.


RESEARCH INTERESTS

Removable singularities of analytic and harmonic functions

REPRESENTATIVE PUBLISHED PAPERS

Removable Sets of Analytic Functions Satisfying a Lipschitz Condition
Arkiv for Mat. 17(1979), pp 17-27.

An Extremal Problem on Singular Integrals
Amer. J. Math. 102(1980), pp 279-290.

A Non-removable Set for Ananlytic Functions Satisfying a Zygmund Condition
Illinois J. Math. 30(1986), pp 1-8.

A Removable Set for LIpschitz Harmonic Functions
Michigan Math. J. 37(1990), pp 45-51.

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Ph.D. Mathematics 1974
University of California, Los Angleles
M.A. Mathematics 1972
University of California, Los Angeles
M.S. Computer Science 1983
University of Albany, New York
B.A. Mathematics 1968
Saigon University, Vietnam
B.A. Sciences 1968
Saigon University, Vietnam


SCHEDULE
FALL 2014: MAT 207-04, MAT 207-05
Office and Office Hours: Simpson Tower Room F215
MW: 10:40 - 11:30 AM and 12:30 - 1:00 PM